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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Treasure Island Festival Announces Night Shows with The Presets, Jamie XX, and More

Posted By on Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 12:49 PM


Here in the Bay Area, the end of summer proper certainly does not mean the end of music festival season -- we've still got two of the biggest confabs of the year left to go with Hardly Strictly Bluegrass (Oct. 5-7) and Treasure Island (Oct. 13-14). And those gatherings mean even more local shows outside of their festivals proper. Treasure Island organizers just announced a spate of night shows in addition to the awesome festival lineup, with separate performances from SBTRKT, the Presets, Jamie XX, and more.

Here's the lineup of TI night shows:

Thursday, Oct. 11: Shigeto and Groundislava at California Academy of Sciences

Friday, Oct. 12: The Presets and K. Flay at the Independent

Saturday, Oct. 13: SBTRKT (DJ Set) at Mezzanine; AraabMuzik and Five Knives at the Independent.

Sunday, Oct. 14: Jamie XX, John Talabot, Ghosts on Tape, Shawn Reynaldo, and Rollie Fingers at Public Works.

Tickets for the Friday and Sunday night shows are on sale now. All others go onsale this Friday, Sept. 21, at noon. Check out the full TI lineup here.

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